I was pleasantly surprised that the results did not vary more. Try to get some to review and put them up against the rest of the pack. The blade-retention system has no O-rings or bands; instead, it uses a small, flexible washer where the two blades are pinned to the ferrule to create the tension needed to hold the blades in place during the shot and flight. No additional tuning was performed outside of the initial paper tune, as we did not want to give any one head an advantage. All results will be the average of a minimum of seven shots, with the highest and lowest results thrown out. Black bear should be no problem too. Bowhunters are obsessed with broadheads!
Broadhead Review – Muzzy MX-4 & MX-3
This is the only one that after 10 shots through the foam didn't lose any sharpness or have any dings in the blades. Plenty of hits on the vid though, people love watch arrows go through rubber stuff. The accompanying chart rates the damage for each head. Thanks for the good idea Ken. There are 5 animals which have been my lifelong dream to bowhunt; Brown Bears, Grizzlies, Leopard, Lion, and Cape buffalo.
Silly broadhead penetration test Nice report and great pictures. Subscribe to the E-News! Several functions may not work. Thats a no-no for me I had to use my last one to finish comparing it to the other heads. My setup has 85 ft lbs of KE so I am not worried about penetration in hunting scenarios. Magnus stinger, again just like above in all the test other than the bone. Once in place, the blades are secured as the shaft, which is part of the stainless steel trocar tip, reaches through the ferrule and threads into the base, trapping the hooked portion of the blades against the inside wall of the ferrule.
This, in turn, made for an end result of better penetration. To test the ones that dont use bands or any of them for that matter put a piece of paper on the back side of the target. Each head was shot into the flat surface of a field stone at 20 yards and evaluated for damage after impact. We all know the battle of the broadheads will never end. Again, this head might require some fine-tuning at the practice range. Back to top 4 firstcoueswas80 Posted June 21 -